Charles Hancock


Bandage the Damage


Bandage the damage
Drop excess baggage
Heal my heart
Love a la carte

Tounge-in-cheek
Moments we sneak
Abstract inside jokes
Green beans and artichokes

A new door to open
Pillow talk yet unspoken
Virgin seas to sail
Favorable winds prevail

The glass slipper fits
Raise a grail of spirits
Hand in hand
Dance to Dixieland

A day in a life
New man and wife
A night on the town
Jump up and down

Submitted: Friday, November 23, 2012

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